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Really well done video on our obsession with Facebook. 





Spencer Murphy’s ‘Fallen Empire’ is a series of photographs taken within the infamous Chinese Theme/Model Village Park ‘Splendid China’ in Florida, USA.

The 76 acre park cost over $100 million to erect including a hand laid Great Wall of China. The park was closed down due to lack of visitors and controversy surrounding the historical accuracy of the park.

Spencer’s Murphy’s project focuses on what’s left in the now quite vandalised park.

See more shots here. 





Mash Creative were commissioned by Icon Magazine to rethink the brand identity for British Royal Mail, and have done an awesome job on it.

Their approach was to look back at the genesis of the brand, and strip the current designs right back to reflect the original intent. Thankfully they didn’t just slap Helvetica next to the logo and instead created their own typeface and specific guidelines with using type and colour as well as their simplified logo designs.

Read through more of the project here.



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Love this. A series of commercials for EF Language Schools that expresses the look of each city with typography by Albin Holmqvist & cinematography by Niklas Johansson. 

Here’s Barcelona, London, and Beijing.

(via John Pavlus on FastCoDesign)

Great set of commercials! Really loving the typography in these.







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